We have always booked an inside cabin. With the Miracle, the inside cabins, ocean view cabins, and most of the balcony cabins are all 185 square feet inside. With the deal our cruise travel agent found for us, we were able to try an obstructed ocean view cabin for the same price as an inside. Our cabin came with French Doors that had an obstructed view between lifeboats. You could open the doors to get fresh air. The curtains did not do a good job of blocking sunlight, so we would not use this type of room again. We prefer total darkness so can sleep in late when we desire that.
The cabin had more than enough room for the two of us. There were three closets. Two came with bars with 10 hangars each while the other closet had shelves. We stored our 2 large pieces of luggage under the beds. Since we had an ocean view room, there were two terry cloth robes for our use.
There is a safe and a small fridge in the cabin. The safe could only be locked with a credit card or a driver's license that had a magnetic stripe. We thought this was odd, since we did not need to have our credit cards on us while on the ship. You could not use your room keycard.
The bathroom had a shower with a cloth curtain with dispensers for body wash and shampoo. There was a soap dish. We were surprised that the shower area did not have a safety bar to hold on to. The hair dryer was located in a drawer by the mirror inside the room.
There was a small couch that had drawers underneath that contained extra pillows, blankets, and sheets.
The location of the cabin was only a few steps from the aft stairway on the Main deck.